Call for Bloggers
NAESP is looking for early career and assistant principals who have a passion for leadership, best practices galore, and a love of writing to kick off two new blog series.
NAESP’s suite of blogs focuses on leadership strategies that ensure professional growth, student success, faculty and staff development, family engagement, and culturally responsible and equitable school communities. We want these two new blogs to focus on these issues—and many more—through the lens of the early career principal and the assistant principal roles. Unique challenges surround both of these stages in the school leader career path; this is your opportunity to share your best practices and lessons learned with your peers.
To get an idea of what we’re looking for, check out these NAESP blogs:
- Trials of a First-Year Principal
- Principals’ Voices in School Equity
- Middle-Level Leadership Matters
- The Principal Advocate
How to Apply
As a new NAESP resident blogger, you’ll contribute one article—usually about 800 words—every month to be featured on the NAESP website, on social media, and in digital newsletters. The NAESP Communication team will work with you to develop a content calendar and come up with ideas and topics to write about that reflect your personal experiences as school leaders.
The deadline to apply is Friday, Sept. 17. Apply now.
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